Luxury Homes

A look inside the Reebok mansion in Brookline, which just sold for $23 million

The nearly 27,000-square-foot mansion belonged to Reebok founder Paul Fireman.

The mansion is down the street from Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen’s home. Douglas Elliman

The former Brookline mansion of Reebok founder Paul Fireman just sold for $23 million.

The nearly 27,000-square-foot mansion, known as “Woodland Manor,” boasts an Indiana limestone exterior, classical columns, eight bedrooms, seven bathrooms, five half baths, a grand entryway, a large formal dining room, eight ornate fireplaces, a wood-paneled billiards room, a private library, wine cellar, and terrace. It sits on 14 acres, but 7 are still on the market, according to George and Manny Sarkis of the Sarkis Team at Douglas Elliman Real Estate, which handled the sale.

Fireman commissioned the property, which overlooks The Country Club, in the late 1990s, completing it in time to watch the 1999 Ryder Cup golf tournament, according to Douglas Elliman. The manor was designed by nationally-acclaimed architecture firm Shope Reno Wharton.

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The mansion, at 150 Woodland Road, is just down the street from Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen’s home, which was listed for $33,900,000 until it was taken off the market in late April.

The most recent listing price for the Reebok estate was $33 million. It had been listed for $90 million in 2016.

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